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Clinical Skills Laboratory

This 90 m2 multi-purpose area is ideal for workshops or research. Alternatively, it can be used for lectures and tutorials. Features include:

  • 10 Laparoscopic Stacks with a full complement of laparoscopic equipment

  • 10 work stations able to be utilised to multiple functions

  • Partitions to divide the room, if required, for sessions with parallel stations

  • Multiple AV screens provide excellent visibility for participants throughout the room

  • High-bandwidth videoconference connectivity to operating theatres and internet

  • Licenced to conduct anatomy teaching and surgery

Anatomy License

The Sydney Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre has held a NSW Department of Health Anatomy Licence since 2005. We are fully equipped to run anatomical training and surgical courses and are experienced in the coordination and delivery of such workshops.

The experience gained through the use of human tissue is irreplaceable and the fresh frozen specimens sourced by the SCSSC are of the highest quality and screened for pathogens. This permits the medical community to gain valuable experience in surgical techniques in a modern skills training laboratory.

Clinical Skills Training Rooms


Five rooms, each 20 msq in area, are suitable for a wide range of procedural skills training for groups of up to ten students. Two of the rooms can be combined into a large multipurpose skills training or seminar room for 30 people. All rooms have vinyl floors, sinks and a range of adjunct equipment including chairs, tables and clinical props. Touch-screen controlled audiovisual units and projection screens support a range of software and enable remote viewing from other locations.

Conference and Reception Facilities

The Kolling Building lecture and seminar rooms on Level 5 make the Centre suitable for conferences and large training courses and receptions. Additional rooms comprise:

  • a 202-seat auditorium, with double-screen projection and videoconferencing facilities,

  • two connected 50-seat lecture rooms (Norman Nock Lecture Rooms 1 and 2) which can be used separately or together,

  • a 68-seat interactive lecture theatre in horseshoe configuration (the Wallace Freeborn Lecture Theatre),

  • 11 small group tutorial rooms, each seating 10 people and including a computer workstation and data projection facilities,

  • a 30-seat seminar room (the Kerry Goulston seminar room) primarily used for video conferences,

  • a computer learning centre, with training desks for 10 workstations,

  • and a mezzanine reception area and kitchen servery suitable for catered functions for up to 200 people.

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